Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
1) Interpreting data from multiple sources;
2) Developing software programs and services, software notebooks and software scripts for data transformation, data integration, data analysis and data visualization
3) Enhancing previously developed in-house open source data platforms, systems, applications and notebooks
4) Perform various types of analysis involving multiple data sets.
1) Strong skills in problem solving and quantitative/qualitative analysis.
2) Able to organize and prioritize work assignments to meet project needs.
3) Strong communication skills
4) Able to quickly comprehend requirements and assignments and then explain his/her solutions in both writing and speech.
1)Bachelorâ™s degree, with a Masterâ™s preferred, in one of the following fields: math, statistics, computer science, data science, physical science, or biological science.
1) Strong foundation in areas of statistics, mathematics, and computer programming.
2) Additional expertise in areas of data science, machine learning and related topics.
2) Cover Letter
3) List of three references
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